With costs of living on the rise and wage growth stagnating, it’s not hard to see why Australian households are increasingly feeling the pinch.i In fact, a recent Ubank survey revealed 59% of Aussies admit their current financial situation … read more
Some hobbies are expensive, but you can still do what you love with some careful planning.
Whether you love climbing mountains, playing golf, racing go-karts or photography, some passions can get very pricey, very quickly. Between club memberships, specialised equipment, … read more
It’s probably not the sexiest thing the two of you have on the to-do list but putting it off could see you butting heads.
Here is a list of things worth discussing with your partner before you consider merging your … read more
Many younger Australians are joining the Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) movement. Is it right for you?
When you’re starting out in the workforce and building your career, retirement can seem like a long way away.
And with the age … read more
For most of us, tax refunds rarely come as a complete surprise. In fact, sometimes we might even be using the ATO as an unofficial savings account, knowing we’ll get a quick cash windfall to reward ourselves for getting all … read more
Super statements come but once a year (or twice with some funds). When yours arrives, it’s important to take a proper look because it could become one of the biggest assets you’ll ever have. Here’s our quick guide to what … read more
Saving for a summer holiday? Boost your funds by tracking your spending, cutting one unnecessary expense and staying home for dinner.
If you’re still saving up funds for your next getaway, here are tips to help you along the way.… read more
A common misconception about income protection insurance is that it’s only for high-earners, but this isn’t the case. In reality, no one can afford to be without this safety net, regardless of the amount of income you earn.
The only … read more
One fact of life is certain, we don’t stay young forever. As we grow older, everyday tasks can become tiresome; we suffer inevitable aches and pains and often have difficulty remembering things. But the ageing process should be seen as … read more
Fuelled by rising house prices and low interest rates, the level of personal debt in Australia is relatively high compared to many other countries.i
The largest proportion of this debt is often used to purchase a valuable asset – … read more